Jubilee 2018

23 February - 25 February Pittsburgh Convention Center

Schedule

  • 23 February
  • 24 February
  • 25 February

Registration Opens

03:00 PM 07:30 PM

Gathering A | Creation

07:30 PM 09:30 PM

Andy Crouch

Trip Lee

Brian Tome

Late Night Options

10:30 PM 11:59 PM

Eye of the Needle Documentary & Discussion

10:30 PM 11:30 PM

Board Games

10:30 PM 11:30 PM

Scavenger Hunt

10:30 PM 11:30 PM

Workshop 1

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Proximate Leadership: Communal Leadership in the Already But Not Yet - Brian Jensen & Keith Martel

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Brian Jensen

Keith Martel

Learning for the Love of God - Derek Melleby

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Derek Melleby

Life After College: How to Prepare for What Comes Next - Erica Young Reitz

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Erica Young Reitz

My Career Counts: How Will My Work Make a Difference in the Lives of Others? - Bob Robinson & Sam Van Eman

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Bob Robinson

Sam Van Eman

Basic Christianity: What is the Gospel? - Mollie Little

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Mollie Little

Gathering B | Fall

10:15 AM 12:00 PM

Dan Allender

Jackie Hill-Perry

Lunch

12:00 PM 01:30 PM

Workshop 2

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Abuse, Trauma, and the Gospel - Dan Allender

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Dan Allender

How Faith Impacts the Vocation of Teaching - Maya Alston & Floresha Smith

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Maya Alston

Floresha Smith

Honoring God in Government: Promoting Justice in Public Service - Doug Carson, David Jordan, Katherine Sikma, & Stephanie Summers

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Doug Carson

David Jordan

Katherine Sikma

Stephanie Summers

Nursing: The Reality of Healthcare in a Fallen World - Sarah Chace

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Sarah Chace

When Your Faith Means Business: Cultivating a Mindset for Redemptive Impact - Yvonne English & Tim Sweet

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Yvonne Engligh

Death to Christian Art - Scott Erickson

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Scott Erickson

Christians & Military Service - Porter Harlow

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Porter Harlow

Campus Ministry: An Inside Perspective - Leah Hornfeck, Eric Richey, Cole Riley, Isaac Vineyard

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Cole Arthur Riley

Leah Hornfeck

Eric Richey

Isaac Vineyard

The Craft of Restorative Technology - Darrin Grove

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Darrin Grove

Making Music to the Glory of God- Joy Ike

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Joy Ike

Your Creative Process - Justin McRoberts

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Justin McRoberts

Telling the Story of the World - Eric Miller

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Eric Miller

The Trouble with Truth - Theresa Miller

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Theresa Miller

Athletics and the Gospel: how team sports prepare us for kingdom living - Caleb Musselman

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

The Work of our Hands: An Exploration of Work, Tools, Craft, and Faith

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Jake Jones

Kevin McGrath

Steve Montgomery

Sean Purcell

Faith & Law - Haejin Shim

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Haejin Shim

Exploring Vocational Ministry - David Strunk

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Dave Strunk

Naming the World: The vocation of words and writing - Tish Harrison Warren

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Tish Harrison Warren

Honoring God in Science

02:30 PM 03:30 PM

Exhibitor Contest

03:30 PM 04:00 PM

Workshop 3

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Memphis Teacher Residency - Maya Alston & Floresha Smith

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Maya Alston

Floresha Smith

Justice That Restores: Christians and Criminal Justice Reform - Louis Arnold, Jeremiah Mosteller, Eugene Schneeberg, Katie Thompson

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Louis Arnold

Jeremiah Mosteller

Eugene Schneeberg

Katie Thompson

What does it mean to be white? Examining the role of cultural identity in the work of racial reconciliation - Michael Chen, Rachael Clinton, Billy Riley & Michael Thornhill

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Michael S Chen

Rachael Clinton

Billy Riley

Michael Thornhill

Global Health Advocacy: Protecting 1% of the US Budget - Jenny Eaton Dyer

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Jenny Eaton Dyer

WE ARE NOT TROUBLED GUESTS: The Gift of Your Existential Crisis - Scott Erickson

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Scott Erickson

Calling and Constraint: Toward a Fuller Understanding of Vocation - Kate Harris

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Kate Harris

Pursuing the Redemptive Edge: How the Gospel Fuels Innovation & Entrepreneurship - Jon Hart

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Jon Hart

God, Sex, and Redemption - Dana & Billl Henry

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Bill & Dana Henry

Ethnography—Read Your Campus, Read Your World - Bethany Jenkins & Kara Reens

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Muslim Immigration and Christian Politics - Matthew Kaemingk

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Matthew Kaemingk

Redeeming Power – How Justice is Woven into the Gospel - Dan Mackett

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Dan Mackett

Toward a New Testament Theology of Policing - Esau McCaulley

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Esau McCaulley

Sabbath Keeping - Justin McRoberts

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Justin McRoberts

Sexuality and the Gospel - Jackie Hill-Perry

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Jackie Hill-Perry

Infinitum—a way of life - Danielle Strickland

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Danielle Strickland

Can We Love Our Neighbors Through Politics? - Stephanie Summers

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Stephanie Summers

Lean and agile, how to thrive in the new enterprise - Phil Van Sickel

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Phil Van Sickel

Exploring Your Liturgy of the Ordinary - Tish Harrison Warren

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Tish Harrison Warren

Wise People with Smart Phones - Rick Whitlock

04:00 PM 05:00 PM

Rick Whitlock

Gathering C | Redemption

07:30 PM 09:30 PM

Saleem Ghubril

Danielle Strickland

Late Night Options

10:30 PM 11:59 PM

Writing Time

10:30 PM 11:30 PM

Lip Sync Battle

10:30 PM 11:30 PM

CCO Fellows Gathering

10:30 PM 11:30 PM

Free CCO mug and coffee for seniors

08:00 AM 09:00 AM

Workshop 4

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Black and Blue - Louis Arnold

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Louis Arnold

What Are You Made For? Discovering the hidden drives and motivations of your personality - Vince Burens

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

A Vine, a Rock, and a Table: Stability of Heart in a World of Change - Emily Bingham

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Emily Bingham

Longing for Home - Jared Cave

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Jared Cave

Theology of Immigration: stories of nearness and distance - Michael Chen & Shayan Bhattacharyya

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Michael S Chen

Trauma & Grace: Engaging the heartache and disorder of living in a fallen world - Rachael Clinton

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Rachael Clinton

From Boredom to Wonder: Journeying with the Story of God - Jamie Donne

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Jamie Donne

Prayer: You Can Do It - Scott Erickson and Justin McRoberts

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Scott Erickson

Justin McRoberts

The Lost Art of Wisdom: A Christian Understanding of the Good Life - Evan Kephart

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Evan Kephart

Brothers, Love Your Sisters - Sam Levy & Ana Wakeman

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Sam Levy

Ana Wakeman

Recovering Romans as a Multi-ethnic Manifesto - Esau McCaulley

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Esau McCaulley

Living with Depression and Anxiety - John McElwain & Beth Walker

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

John McElwain

Beth Walker

Daddy Deprivation - Antonio Morton

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Antonio Morton

Race and Trauma (Collective Trauma) - Wendell Moss

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Wendell Moss

Every cup an act of worship - Matthew Ramsay

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Matt Ramsay

Prone to Wander: Reimagining Faith in Seasons of Doubt and Disillusionment - Cole Arthur Riley

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Cole Arthur Riley

Can my goals mean God’s glory? - Michael Swanson

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Michael Swanson

Getting up with Jesus - Dan Terracciano

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Dan Terracciano

How can God know? Meditations on Psalm 73 - Gene Twilley

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Gene Twilley

Is God really with me through all things? A study of the life of Joseph. - Pete Ware

09:00 AM 10:00 AM

Pete Ware

Gathering D | Restoration

10:15 AM 12:00 PM

Michael S Chen

John Mark Comer

Sponsors

Speakers

Trip Lee

Author, Teacher, Pastor, Hip-Hop Artist
Trip Lee is an author, teacher, hip-hop artist, and thought leader. A pastor in Atlanta, he regularly preaches and teaches at Christian conferences and events, and he has performed his music for thousands of listeners around the world. In his first book, The Good Life, Lee points to the abundant life available only in Christ—a life beyond anything the world can offer. His second book, Rise, calls a younger generation not to wait to follow God, but to get up and live now. As a hip-hop artist, Lee’s music has received critical acclaim, while reaching a large and growing audience.

23 February

Jackie Hill-Perry

Writer, Artist, Speaker
Jackie Hill-Perry is a writer, speaker, and artist whose work has been featured on The Washington Times, The 700 Club, Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, and other publications. Since being saved from a lifestyle of sin, Jackie has been compelled to share the light of the Gospel truth through poems that have reached over one million views on YouTube. She is also becoming an influential voice on the various topics impacting culture. She is signed to Humble Beast Records and released her debut album, The Art of Joy, in 2014.

24 February

24 February

Dan Allender

President & Professor of Counseling Psychology
The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology
Dr. Dan Allender serves as the founding President and Professor of Counseling Psychology at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology in Seattle, Washington. Dan travels and speaks extensively to present his unique perspective on sexual abuse recovery, love and forgiveness, leadership, Sabbath, and other related topics. He is the author of numerous books, including his latest work, Healing the Wounded Heart: The Heartache of Sexual Abuse and the Hope of Transformation. Dan can be heard weekly on The Allender Center Podcast, engaging topics on healing and restoration through the unique intersection of theology and psychology.

24 February

24 February

Danielle Strickland

Officer
The Salvation Army
Danielle Strickland serves in The Salvation Army as an Officer, and she is currently based in Toronto, Canada. She loves the more fragile in communities around the world. Over the years, that has led her to back alleys and late-night streets to partner with Jesus in rescuing those caught up in drugs and homelessness, prostitution and despair. It has led her to the halls of government and corridors of commercial power to see laws changed and practices transformed so that people aren’t trafficked and children aren’t enslaved. God is using her to help equip followers of Jesus in discipleship, holiness, justice, and evangelism by teaching, preaching, and writing.

24 February

24 February

Andy Crouch

Author, Musician, and Speaker
Andy Crouch makes connections between culture, creativity, and Christian faith. His two most recent books—2017’s The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place and 2016’s Strong and Weak: Embracing a Life of Love, Risk and True Flourishing—build on the compelling vision of faith, culture, and the image of God laid out in his previous books Playing God: Redeeming the Gift of Power and Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling.

23 February

John Mark Comer

Pastor
Bridgetown Church
John Mark Comer lives, works, and writes in the urban core of Portland, Oregon, as the pastor for teaching and vision at Bridgetown Church. Prior to planting Bridgetown, John Mark was the lead pastor of a suburban megachurch. Before that, he played in a band. John Mark has a master's degree in biblical and theological studies from Western Seminary and is the author of Loveology, My Name is Hope, Garden City and his most recent book, God Has a Name. For more of John Mark's teachings on the Scriptures, Jesus, and life, go to bridgetown.church and sign up for the podcast or visit johnmarkcomer.com.

25 February

Brian Tome

Founding and Senior Pastor
Crossroads Church
Brian Tome is the founding and senior pastor of Crossroads, a multisite church in Cincinnati, Ohio. Crossroads started in 1995 with 11 people, and has since grown to over 28,000 people in 10 sites across the country, with major sites around Cincinnati and Lexington, Kentucky. Brian is passionate about eradicating poverty, empowering entrepreneurs, supporting women and girls rescued from sex slavery in India, and feeding and educating children in Nicaragua. He has authored three books, Welcome to the Revolution, Free Book, and Five Marks of a Man.

23 February

Saleem Ghubril

Executive Director
The Pittsburgh Promise
Saleem Ghubril is Executive Director of The Pittsburgh Promise. A passionate advocate for children and for the City of Pittsburgh, Saleem is an ordained Presbyterian minister who has devoted his life to serving the people of his community through outreach and education programs. In 1985, Saleem founded The Pittsburgh Project, a community development organization that provides free home renovations to hundreds of vulnerable seniors each year. Saleem led The Pittsburgh Project until 2008, when he assumed the leadership of The Pittsburgh Promise. Over the last decade, The Pittsburgh Promise has sent more than 8,000 urban youth to college, and provided them with over $110 million in scholarships.

24 February

Peace Ike

Singer-Songwriter
Peace Ike is a first generation Nigerian-American singer-songwriter, percussionist, worship leader, and physical therapist based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As a musician, she combines her formal musical training with tell-it-like-it-is lyrics centered on the intersection of faith and action. Peace has a strong passion for seeing lives impacted, both practically and spiritually, though local outreach and Kingdom expressions of the arts. She currently leads worship at East Gate church in West Philly. As a part-time percussionist, she tours with Sara Groves, Joy Ike, and various other artists and ministries within the region.

Justin McRoberts

Singer, Songwriter, Author
Justin McRoberts is an author, retreat leader, and songwriter from the Oakland / San Francisco Bay Area. His most recent project is an online course entitled “Discover Your Creative Process," which combines spiritual formation and the making of art.

24 February

24 February

25 February

Joy Ike

Singer-Songwriter
Joy Ike is passionate about the intersection of faith and culture, the call to create art with integrity and excellence, and connecting with others through her music. As an artist who has been compared to the likes of Sara Bareilles, Nina Simone, Norah Jones, and Regina Spektor, her honest, bittersweet songwriting has earned her the chance to open for a number of national touring acts including Tyrone Wells, Deas Vail, SHEL, Butterfly Boucher, Allen Toussaint, Cody Chestnutt, and more. As a singer/songwriter, storyteller, and public speaker, Joy believes that music and art have the power to transform hearts and connect people who would otherwise be strangers (at best) and enemies (at worst). Joy is passionate about art as a vehicle for change, empowerment, and empathy and sees art as a way to openly and thoughtfully advocate for the voiceless.

24 February

Esau McCaulley

Assistant Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity
Northeastern Seminary
Esau McCaulley has served in many professional and cultural contexts throughout his ministerial career and theological study. He recently completed his Ph.D. in New Testament at the University of St Andrews, where he studied under the direction of N.T. Wright. His research and writing focuses on Pauline theology and the intersection of race, Christian identity, and the pursuit of social justice. Dr. McCaulley currently serves as assistant professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, New York. He is also the director of the Anglican Multi-ethnic Network (A.M.E.N), an organization dedicated to helping Anglican churches better embody the universal saving power of the gospel through planting multi-ethnic churches and by helping existing churches reflect the diversity of the communities in which they are placed.

24 February

25 February

Floresha Smith

Lead Recruiter
Memphis Teacher Residency
Floresha Smith is Lead Recruiter for Memphis Teacher Residency. She earned both her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Elementary Education from Mississippi Valley State University and then earned her Ed.S. degree in Educational Leadership from Delta State University. She has 14 years of teaching experience and holds certifications in math, English, elementary, and administration.

24 February

24 February

Jon Hart

Partner
Praxis
Jon is a Partner at Praxis, where they are building a creative engine for redemptive entrepreneurship. He leads Praxis Academy, which inspires, connects, and trains the next generation of aspiring entrepreneurs and innovators. Jon is a founding board member of 100cameras, a strategic advisor and Expert-In-Residence on Storytelling for the Catapult Incubator, and serves as an adjunct professor at The King’s College in New York City.

24 February

Scott Erickson

Artist & Author
Scott Erickson is a touring painter, performance speaker, and creative priest who mixes autobiography, mythology, and aesthetics to create art and moments that speak to our deepest experiences. You can find Scott speaking at various weekend retreats, conferences, and living rooms throughout the nation. He is the co-author of Prayer: Forty Days of Practice and an adjunct professor at Warner Pacific College in Portland, Oregon.

24 February

24 February

25 February

Tish Harrison Warren

Co-Associate Rector
Church of the Ascension
Tish Harrison Warren is a priest in the Anglican Church in North America and author of Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life (IVP). After eight years with InterVarsity Graduate and Faculty Ministries at Vanderbilt and the University of Texas at Austin, she now serves as Co-Associate Rector at Church of the Ascension in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She writes regularly for The Well, CT Women, and Christianity Today. Her work has also appeared in Comment Magazine, Christ and Pop Culture, Art House America, and elsewhere.

24 February

24 February

Maya Alston

Recruiter Intern
Memphis Teacher Residency
Maya Alston is a creative with a love for education. She serves as a recruiter intern at the Memphis Teacher Residency, where she full-heartedly believes in the mission of Christian love expressed through urban education

24 February

24 February

Michael S Chen

Director for Cross-Cultural Ministry
CCO
The Reverend Michael S. Chen is a campus minister who believes the world is saturated with the goodness of God, and with his friends in the CCO is seeking a theology of everything until the day faith becomes sight. He understands the Father's heart to be for reconciliation and yearns for the Church to be the place where the sociologically impossible happens. This is why he serves the CCO as the Director for Cross-Cultural Ministry.

24 February

25 February

25 February

Erica Young Reitz

Campus Ministry Staff, Penn State University
CCO
Erica Young Reitz directs Senior EXIT, helping college seniors transition into the next phase of life. She works for the CCO, reaching out to students at Penn State University. She also serves as an adjunct faculty member for Geneva College’s Master’s in Higher Education Program. Erica has an MA in higher education from Geneva College with a research focus on the senior year transition. Her first book is entitled After College: Navigating Transitions, Relationship and Faith.

24 February

Josh Moyer

Attorney & Musician
Josh Moyer is an attorney and a musician. He serves as In-House Counsel with Net Health, a software solutions provider for specialized outpatient care. As a musician, Josh has played with Colonizing the Cosmos, an indie-folk band, and has assisted with leading worship for various churches and events.

Vince Burens

President and CEO
CCO
As President and CEO of the CCO, Vince Burens oversees all on-campus operations for over 140 colleges and leads the effort in the CCO’s transition to become a national organization. Vince first connected to the CCO's ministry as a freshman at the University of Pittsburgh, so he knows firsthand how critical the college years are as a time for making decisions that will affect the rest of a person's life. After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Urban Development and Political Science, Vince began his CCO career in ministry to students at Robert Morris University. Since then, Vince has served in the CCO’s training, events, recruiting, and staff services departments. Prior to becoming President in 2016, he served for eight years as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Vince is a member of the National Campus Ministers Leaders Board, and he also serves on the Board of Visitors for Trinity School for Ministry, the Board of Directors of the Pittsburgh Fellows Program, and the Board of Directors of the Youth Transition Network.

Antonio Morton

Campus Ministry Staff, Shippensburg University of PA
CCO
Antonio Morton is a campus ministry staff member of the CCO, reaching out to students at his alma mater, Shippensburg University. At Shippensburg, Antonio leads small groups, disciples student leaders, and reaches out to non-believers. Antonio’s favorite aspect of his job is being able to walk with students during their college career.

25 February

Darrin Grove

Founder and CEO
Truefit
Darrin Grove, Truefit’s Founder and CEO, is a native Pittsburgher with a passion for innovation, technology, and values-based leadership. Since its bootstrap beginnings in 1997, Truefit’s experience with new, disruptive technologies has positioned the company as a leader in helping entrepreneurs and organizations bring next generation products to market quickly. Darrin and his team reduce risk and build confidence by guiding clients through their proven, proprietary Idea Launch™ process. In addition to his work at Truefit, Darrin is dedicated to sharing his insight in innovation and entrepreneurship with the Pittsburgh community. He leads the Deal Flow Committee for Software and Technology at BlueTree Allied Angels, serves as an advisor to start-up companies at AlphaLab, and is active on several nonprofit boards.

24 February

Dan Mackett

College Mobilization Manager
International Justice Mission
Dan Mackett currently serves as International Justice Mission’s College Mobilization Manager. In this role, Dan helps lead over 80 IJM campus chapters around the U.S. in their pursuit of answering God’s call to seek justice. He is responsible for the development of national fundraising, prayer, and advocacy campaigns for the IJM college movement.

24 February

Michael Thornhill

Assistant Director of Cross-Cultural Ministry
CCO
Michael Thornhill is the Assistant Director of Cross-Cultural Ministry for the CCO. He specializes in issues of diversity, leadership development, and holistic discipleship. Michael is passionate about God’s glory in every area of creation. As an Afrocuban man, he lives out that passion at a local dance studio as a local salsa instructor along with his wife, Candace, a local Zumba instructor. #AllThingsRedeemed

24 February

Cole Arthur Riley

Campus Ministry Staff, Cornell University
CCO
Cole Arthur Riley studied English writing and English literature at the University of Pittsburgh. Currently in her fifth year on staff with the CCO, Cole serves full-time at Cornell University in partnership with Chesterton House—a Center for Christian Studies. Cole sees the college campus as an incredibly strategic place to be for God’s kingdom, and she has committed much of her time in ministry to walking alongside students as they experience the intersection of the Christian faith and global and civic engagement. A redeemed skeptic, Cole is currently learning what it means to wonder well and embrace mystery. She enjoys short stories, cryptograms, and watching people cook.

24 February

25 February

Jared Cave

Campus Ministry Staff, Community College of Allegheny College
CCO
Jared Cave currently works for the CCO reaching out to students at the Community College of Allegheny County. He is partnered with a homeless ministry that builds relationships with homeless men and women in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Jared has BA in Youth Ministries from Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts.

25 February

Rachael Clinton

Assistant Director of Program Development
The Allender Center at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology
Rachael Anne Clinton is a trauma specialist, minister, preacher, and therapeutic practitioner and serves as the Assistant Director of Program Development for The Allender Center at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. She is a storm-born woman of the Oklahoma plains, but relocated to Seattle over a decade ago where she received a Master of Divinity at The Seattle School. Rachael is devoted to bringing healing, hope, and radical welcome at the prophetic and pastoral intersection of trauma, embodiment, and spiritual formation.

24 February

25 February

Louis Arnold

Officer
Cincinnati Police Department
Officer Louis Arnold Sr. has been a police officer in Cincinnati, Ohio for over nine years, and he is presently assigned to the Community Relations Unit as the Faith-Based Community Liaison Officer. This office has assisted with the development of faith and community alliances throughout the city of Cincinnati, as they work to build partnerships with those in the faith community, citizens, and community groups. An ordained minister, Bible teacher, and elder at Mariemont Community Church, Officer Arnold uses principles of the Bible as a guidepost for his life, the lives of his children and grandchildren, and for everyday living. Changing lives and assisting with turning boys into quality men is his greatest desire and mission.

24 February

25 February

Heather Strong Moore

Campus Ministry Staff, University of Memphis
CCO
Heather Strong Moore is passionate about many things. The Old Testament, college students, baking, retweets, ham, and writing. Having worked for the CCO for nearly 10 years, Heather loves studying God’s word with students and watching the Scriptures come to life in Christian community. Drawing from her Master of Arts in Counseling, Heather seeks to connect the biblical story to the human experience. She currently serves the CCO in Memphis, Tennessee, working with Hope Church alongside her husband, Ivan. Heather and Ivan have a shared blog where they write about faith and culture, The Culture of Moore. She is also a regular contributor for Everyday Exiles. Follow Heather on Facebook and on Twitter and Instagram: @strongheather

Jenny Eaton Dyer

Executive Director
Hope Through Healing Hands
Jenny Eaton Dyer, Ph.D. is the Executive Director of Hope Through Healing Hands, a Nashville-based global health organization committed to improving the quality of life for communities around the world using health as a currency for peace. Dr. Dyer directs the Faith-Based Coalition for Healthy Mothers and Children Worldwide with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. She also teaches Global Health Politics and Policy as a Lecturer in the Department of Preventive Medicine at Vanderbilt School of Medicine, and she teaches Religion and Global Health as a Lecturer at Vanderbilt School of Divinity.

24 February

Billy Riley

Campus Ministry Staff, Cornell University
CCO
Billy Riley is originally from the rolling farmlands of south central Pennsylvania. He works alongside his wife, Cole, as CCO campus staff at Cornell University in partnership with Chesterton House, a center for Christian studies. He received bachelor's degrees in philosophy and psychology from Washington & Jefferson College and is interested in the ways philosophy informs the Christian faith. He loves movies, playing basketball, and healthy introspection.

24 February

Theresa Miller

Public Relations Executive
Prudential Financial, Inc.
Theresa Miller has been digging for the truth for more than 30 years, first as a journalist for community newspapers, and now as a public relations executive at Prudential Financial, Inc., one of the world’s largest financial services companies. She is an Indiana University of Pennsylvania and CCO alumna who has spent a career working to tell the truth, no matter which side of the communications fence she’s on. Whether publishing a daily newspaper or tweeting news at the speed of thought, Miller, of Easton, Pennsylvania, believes journalists and public relations professionals answer the same call to serve a Kingdom where there is no deception.

24 February

Derek Melleby

Director
OneLife Institute
Derek Melleby has lived in Mount Joy, PA his entire life. He married his high school sweetheart, Heidi, also a life-long Mount Joy native and together they have three sons, “the Melleboys.” Derek is the executive director of OneLife Institute, a ministry that provides gap year programs focused on discipleship, travel and service. He is the coauthor of Learning for the Love of God and the author of Make College Count. He loves basketball, reading, writing, but not arithmetic.

24 February

Wendell Moss

Therapist, Minister, Educator
The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology
Wendell Moss is a therapist, minister, educator, and speaker. Wendell serves as a part of the instructional staff at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology in Seattle, Washington, where he received his Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology in 2007. Wendell has also been a core member of The Allender Center executive leadership team and teaching staff since its creation in 2010. Alongside his work with The Seattle School and The Allender Center, Wendell practices as a therapist in the Seattle area.

25 February

Porter Harlow

Retired Lieutenant Colonel
U.S. Marine Corps
Porter Harlow is a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps, where he primarily served as an operational law attorney. In addition to other command and staff assignments in the Marine Corps, Porter also served on the faculty of the U.S. Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he taught classes on the Law of War. After leaving the Marine Corps, Porter was ordained as a minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and was called to plant a church outside our nation’s capital in Burke, Virginia. Porter is the author of How Should We Treat Detainees? An Examination of “Enhanced Interrogation Techniques” under the Light of Scripture and the Just War Tradition (P&R Publishing, 2016), which World magazine selected as a runner-up for the 2016 Books of the Year.

24 February

Jamie Donne

Campus Ministry Staff, Washington & Jefferson College
CCO
Jamie Donne has worked with the CCO for nearly ten years at Washington & Jefferson College. She graduated from Kent State University with degrees in psychology and religious studies, where she discovered a passion for and calling to college ministry. She loves the academic setting and seeing students serve God in the classroom and come into a fuller understanding of their callings. Jamie has fallen in love with her small city of Washington, Pennsylvania, and worships with a beautiful community that seeks to see the earth look more like heaven.

25 February

Haejin Shim

Founder and Owner
Shim & Associates, P.C.
Haejin A. Shim is the founder and owner of Shim & Associates, P.C. and previously a co-founder of Frecker & Shim LLC. Both law firms were founded on the vision of cultural renewal for the legal industry. Haejin is an attorney practicing civil litigation and business law and has represented a number of international and U.S.-based companies engaged in the business of e-commerce, insurance, software development, manufacturing, automobile, food, design, and franchising.

24 February

Matthew Kaemingk

Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics
Fuller Theologican Seminary
Rev. Dr. Matthew Kaemingk is an assistant professor of Christian Ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary, an associate dean of Fuller Texas in Houston, and a Fellow with the Center for Public Justice. Matthew's research and teaching focuses on Islam and political ethics, workplace theology, theology and culture, and Reformed public theology. He is the author of Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in an Age of Fear.

24 February

Emily Bingham

Campus Ministry Staff, Lorain County Community College
CCO
Emily Bingham works for the CCO in partnership with Avon United Methodist Church, reaching out to students at Lorain County Community College in northeast Ohio. Emily holds a bachelor’s degree in Christianity and Society from Franklin & Marshall College and a Master of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary. Although she hails from central Pennsylvania, Emily is a lifelong Green Bay Packers fan and hasn’t bathed since shaking Brett Favre’s hand in 2002. She loves preaching, campfires, and graphic design. The only thing stronger than her hatred of cilantro is her desire to see students live in the freedom and fullness of life in Christ.

25 February

Brian Jensen

Vice President of Student Development
Geneva College
Brian serves as Vice President of Student Development at Geneva College and teaches in Geneva’s Master of Arts in Higher Education program. He has degrees in business administration and higher education, with an emphasis in leadership. Brian is the co-author of Storied Leadership: Living and Leading from the Christian Narrative and is currently co-editing a book for professionals working in student affairs.

24 February

Bob Robinson

Campus Ministry Staff, Canton, Ohio
CCO
Bob Robinson (B.S., Business Administration, University of Akron; M.Div., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is the author of Reintegrate Your Vocation with God’s Mission. Bob was a top Account Executive at a Fortune 100 company when he became a follower of Jesus Christ and felt called to church ministry. After seminary, he served as a church planter, as a pastor of adult discipleship in a large church, and as Area Director for the CCO (Coalition for Christian Outreach). He is currently a campus staff person with CCO, serving schools in the Canton, Ohio area.

24 February

Dan Terracciano

Campus Ministry Staff, Brookdale Community College
CCO
Dan Terracciano has worked for the CCO for nine years, serving students at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, New Jersey. Dan went to Geneva College, where he majored in Christian ministry and played football; he was named an ESPN the Magazine Academic All American. While he loved football, he found his true passion was in sharing the life-giving message of the Gospel. One of Dan’s personal fun facts is that he loves a well-manicured lawn. He loves the local church and his home state of New Jersey, where he works to bring the Gospel alongside his wife Emily and three children.

25 February

Matt Ramsay

Campus Ministry Staff, Shippensburg University of PA
CCO
Matt Ramsay has worked with the CCO as campus ministry staff with Shippensburg University students for nearly a decade. A former atheist, Matt works to encourage all students to ask the big questions, be intellectually honest, and engage doubts. In his free time, Matt and his wife, Kristin, founded and own Denim Coffee Company, where they roast coffee to supply homes and businesses. They are on a mission to help everyone make better coffee.

25 February

John McElwain

Coordinator of Staff Support Raising & Staff Director for Southwestern Pennsylvania
CCO
John McElwain serves the CCO as Coordinator of Staff Support Raising and Staff Director for Southwestern Pennsylvania. He has been with the CCO for twelve years. Previously, he was a pastor and supervised seven CCO staff who served university students through various partnership churches. For one year, he served as chaplain to Wycliffe Bible Translators in the Philippines. He has also taught Old Testament, New Testament, Family Dynamics, and Leadership classes for the Geneva College Degree Completion Program and an Old Testament class for Trinity School for Ministry.

25 February

Jeremiah Mosteller

Advocacy Operations Manager
Prison Fellowship
Jeremiah Mosteller serves Prison Fellowship as the advocacy operations manager, providing comprehensive project management support for the advocacy department. With experience in statistical research and a broad range of legal issues, he applies strategies for various advocacy initiatives, oversees budget planning and tracking, and works to increase collaboration with other departments. He also serves as a key contact for advocacy constituents. Previously, Mosteller served the advocacy team as a legislative research associate, using technical research and writing to inform state and federal advocacy campaigns.

24 February

Rick Whitlock

Campus Ministry Staff, Purdue University
CCO
Rick Whitlock is CCO campus minister at Purdue University. He is on the pastoral staff at Purdue Christian Campus House, a church community on campus at Purdue that ministers to hundreds of college and graduate students each week. He is also the Director for Faith and Work and has developed and led three annual conferences on the intersection of God’s plan for work and our place in it.

24 February

Ana Wakeman

Campus Ministry Staff, Penn State University
CCO
Ana Wakeman is in her first year on staff with the CCO, working full-time in partnership with Incarnation Church at Penn State University Park. Ana studied communication and theatre at Ithaca College and has her MA in theological studies from Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina. Ana loves life, finds joy in anything, and loves that she gets to share Jesus' love with college students.

25 February

Evan Kephart

Campus Ministry Staff, Penn State Altoona
CCO
Evan Kephart is, like you, a complex, complicated, fearfully and wonderfully made child of God. His work is in campus ministry, his passions are in good food and good community, and his great desire is to help people see that God cares deeply for every aspect of their lives. Evan is CCO campus ministry staff, working with students at Penn State Altoona as a part of SALT (Students About Living Truth). He is also the coordinator of the Central Jubilee Academy.

25 February

Katherine Sikma

Director of Formation and Young Adult Ministry
Christ Community Church of the South Hills
Katherine Sikma just completed her four-year term as the Majority Inspector of Elections for her precinct in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She was elected in 2013—with just one vote. Prior to winning her election, she had no experience in local government. But her experience in this role has given her a vision for the importance of civic and political engagement. Katherine works at Christ Community Church of the South Hills as the Director of Formation and Young Adult Ministry. She is also an independent leadership consultant and is passionate about helping others reach their potential.

24 February

Sam Levy

Campus Ministry Staff, Slippery Rock University and Grove City College
CCO
Sam Levy serves with the CCO at Slippery Rock University and Grove City College in partnership with Gateway Church EPC. His loves include his family, baseball, cheese, and walking with college students as they pursue the God who is making all things new. At any point in the year, he can probably tell you the number of days until Jubilee and until Pitchers and Catchers Report.

25 February

Beth Walker

Staff Director for Metro Philadelphia
CCO
Beth Walker is the Metro Philadelphia Staff Director for the CCO. She has been with the CCO for 12 years, working in various roles. A graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Grove City College, Beth is a pastor’s kid and an only child. Beth is passionate about the conversation around anxiety and depression. A life-long perfectionist with some OCD tendencies, she has walked through multiple bouts with both, post-partum depression being the most challenging. She loves sharing God’s truth with others and equipping CCO staff with tools for ministry.

25 February

Gene Twilley

Campus Ministry Staff, Delaware County Community College
CCO
Gene Twilley is a person-in-process. He enjoys change: in scenery, in seasons, in sentiments, and in self. He works full time as a husband to one wife, a parent to three children, an owner of one dog, the Young Adult Ministry Director of Springton Lake Presbyterian Church, and the CCO campus ministry staff person at Delaware County Community College in Philadelphia's western suburbs. He is also working through the PCA’s licensure and ordination process as a candidate under care.

25 February

Sam Van Eman

Experiential Designs Resource Specialist
CCO
Sam Van Eman is a resource specialist for the CCO’s Experiential Designs team, where he co-creates transformational experiences for college students, professionals, and organizations. He is the author of Disruptive Discipleship: The Power of Breaking Routine to Kickstart Your Faith and On Earth as It Is in Advertising? Moving from Commercial Hype to Gospel Hope. As a public speaker and facilitator, Sam has taught (and played) in barns and boardrooms, canyons, classrooms, and auditoriums. 

24 February

David Jordan

Associate Professor of Business Administration
Emmanuel College
David Jordan is what one might call an “accidental” college professor. A graduate of The Citadel with a BA and MBA, he began by "helping out" in the business department of Emmanuel College in Northeast Georgia, where he now serves as Associate Professor of Business Administration and chair of the department. In May 2017, David graduated from Atlanta’s John Marshall School of Law. A few months later, he successfully passed the Georgia Bar Exam, and he is now beginning a law practice. If that’s not enough to keep David’s calendar full, he also serves as the Mayor of Royston, Georgia.

24 February

Eric Richey

Campus Ministry Staff, University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash
CCO
Eric Richey was born and raised in America’s Finest City, San Diego, California. During his college years, he developed a deep love for theology and a strong desire to serve the Church by equipping God’s people to remain faithful to God’s mission in every sphere of life. When he discovered the CCO for the first time, he strongly resonated with the organization’s commitment to partnering with the local church to call college students to follow Jesus with their entire lives. To that end, he enjoys getting to know students and helping them discover the truth, beauty, and goodness of the Gospel as it is revealed in Scripture.

24 February

Leah Hornfeck

Fellow, Slippery Rock University
CCO
Leah Hornfeck graduated from Duquesne University with a degree in athletic training, and she was involved in Duquesne’s CCO ministry. At Jubilee her sophomore year, Leah felt God calling her to ministry. After many conversations and much prayer and discernment, Leah decided to apply for the CCO’s Fellows Program. Leah is currently a CCO Fellow at Slippery Rock University working with their ministry, The Harbor. Her job involves discipling student leaders, planning events that grow and cultivate the community of the Harbor, engaging and getting involved with other students and groups on campus, and working with the local church that the Harbor is affiliated with.

24 February

Keith Martel

Director of the Master of Arts in Higher Education Program
Geneva College
During his undergraduate years, CCO staff members and the Jubilee conference were pivotal in helping Keith Martel discern his calling into the world of higher education. A few decades later, he serves as the director of the Master of Arts in Higher Education program at Geneva College. He is the co-author of Storied Leadership.

24 February

Jake Jones

Project Coordinator Trainee
Penn United Technologies
Jake Jones is from Cabot, Pennsylvania. He grew up in the Presbyterian church and attended a small Christian school in Sarver, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Grove City College in the spring of 2017 with a BS in Business Management. While a student, Jake attended Jubilee every year, which gave him a vision that our work is integral to what it means to follow Jesus. He is currently in the thick of living into that vision with all of its challenges. After graduating from college, Jake worked as a car salesman, and he is currently back in his hometown working at Penn United Technologies, where he is training to become a project coordinator by first learning how to run the machines of the tool and die industry.

24 February

Michael Swanson

Coordinator of the Discipleship Research Project
CCO
Michael Swanson is a self-professed nerd with a taste for pour-over coffee, an eye for ice hockey strategy, and he is a sucker for a good book. Through his role as the CCO’s Coordinator of the Discipleship Research Project, he is trying to understand how to faithfully pursue Jesus’ command to “make disciples of all nations.” Michael has a passion for helping college students and the local church put rich theology into grounded practice, laughing every step along the way. Michael is married to his lovely wife Mikala and lives in Carnegie, Pennsylvania. You can read more of his thoughts at boywhothinks.com, or reach out on Twitter and Instagram: @IAmMikeSwanson

25 February

Pete Ware

Campus Ministry Staff, California University of Pennsylvania
CCO
Pete Ware is in his twelfth year on staff with CCO and his ninth year as a campus minister at California University of Pennsylvania. He has a degree from West Chester University in elementary education and attended Biblical Seminary and received a leadership-focused Master of Divinity. His journey has included seasons of doubt where his faith was stretched immensely, along with times of fear as he recognized he did not know everything there is to know about life and God. These experiences have led Pete to particularly enjoy discussions with people who are exploring faith and Christianity. 

25 February

Sean Purcell

XD Resource Specialist
CCO
Sean Purcell loves the story that the Jubilee conference tells. He works with the CCO to tell and teach (and occasionally even draw) that story. Sean works with the CCO's Experiential Designs (XD) Team to lead experiences where students go to places and do things that form them into people who are shaped by the whole biblical story. Sean loves to help students and staff recognize that who we are is shaped by the things we love and the things we do. Don't be surprised if you hear him use the phrase from James K. A. Smith that "the things we do, do things to us." Some of things he loves to do include reading, telemark skiing, kayaking, canoeing, and drawing. Sean lives in Pittsburgh with his wife and their 12-year-old daughter.

24 February

Bill & Dana Henry

Pastor & Counselor
Bill Henry is the Senior Associate Pastor at St. Stephen’s Church in Sewickley, Pennsylvania, and Dana is a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice at Hope Christian Counseling in Sewickley. Bill and Dana love to help unmarried people see the beauty of marriage and married people live into the full beauty of their marriages through pre-marriage and marriage counseling and marriage retreats. Bill and Dana have three children—Wilson (25 years old, married to Dimple), Annie (a junior at the University of Pittsburgh), and Charlie (a junior at Quaker Valley High School).

24 February

Yvonne Engligh

Executive Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation
Grove City College
Yvonne English is a self-professed startup geek who lives in Western Pennsylvania. She is now the Executive Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation at Grove City College, her undergraduate alma mater. Having founded several companies of her own, she has coached multiple startups through raising millions, dealing with founders’ dilemmas, and maneuvering through acquisitions. She loves working with founders who are passionate about making the world a better place and serves students and a portfolio of startup clients that match that criteria.

24 February

Kevin McGrath

Baker and Owner
McGrath's Brick Oven Bakehouse
Kevin is the baker and owner of McGrath's Brick Oven Bakehouse in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. McGrath's Bakehouse is a micro-bakery dedicated to making bread the way it used to be: slowly and naturally fermented, using sustainably sourced organic grains, and always baked in a wood-fired brick oven. Each of these standards play an important role in their efforts to revive the ancient craft that is thousands of years old, yet doing so within the context of environmental sustainability, faith, and our modern culture.

24 February

Sarah Chace

Resource Nurse
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Sarah currently works as a resource nurse for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. With over a decade of experience in critical care, Sarah has spent much of her time specializing in post-op cardiovascular units. Sarah earned her BSN from Duquesne University and completed a nurse residency at Vanderbilt University. Sarah and her husband, Peter, are devoted parents to three boys, and they eagerly await their first daughter in April.

24 February

Mollie Little

Campus Ministry Staff, Allegheny College
CCO
Mollie Little has worked for the CCO for 19 years, walking alongside students at Allegheny College, her alma mater. However, being a wife and mother are her first callings—and Sarah, Jack, and Sam have taught her much about God the Father, the power of the Holy Spirit, and her own desperate need for Jesus Christ. With three kids at home, Mollie focuses primarily on developing student leaders. She urges them to keep their eyes fixed on Christ, to seek God’s Kingdom first, and to pray at all times, as they serve each other and other students on campus. She also loves engaging students who don’t follow Jesus, in part because they ask really good
questions and push her out of her comfort zone!

24 February

Phil Van Sickel

CGI
Senior Agile Transformation Consultant
Phil Van Sickel is senior agile transformation consultant with CGI, the fifth largest global IT services company in the world. Nearly 40 years in the IT industry, Phil brings a wealth of understanding about leading knowledge workers to achieve tremendous results. His experience spans from the days of 80-character card decks through y2k and the .COM revolution to today with the era of the Cloud, AI, Big Data and the Internet of Things. Today he teaches lean and agile to hundreds of engineers and managers every year. “I teach managers how to be servants and engineers how to work like artists. What I teach is completely consistent with my faith. What could be better than that?”

24 February

Bethany Jenkins

Bethany Jenkins is Vice President of Forums and Content at The Veritas Forum, a senior contributor at The Gospel Coalition, and a senior fellow at The King's College. She has also worked in Congress, at the State Department, on Wall Street, and in Big Law. She received her BA from Baylor University and her JD from Columbia University. Bethany lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she loves to run along the Charles River. You can connect with her on Twitter @bethanyjenkins.
The Veritas Forum
Bethany Jenkins is Vice President of Forums and Content at The Veritas Forum, a senior contributor at The Gospel Coalition, and a senior fellow at The King's College. She has also worked in Congress, at the State Department, on Wall Street, and in Big Law. She received her BA from Baylor University and her JD from Columbia University. Bethany lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she loves to run along the Charles River. 

Stephanie Summers

CEO
Center for Public Justice
Stephanie Summers is the CEO of the Center for Public Justice, an independent, non-partisan civic education and public policy organization based in Washington, DC. CPJ works to equip citizens, develop leaders and shape policy through a variety of initiatives including its publications Public Justice Review and Shared Justice. She is a co-author with Michael J. Gerson and Katie Thompson of Unleashing Opportunity: Why Escaping Poverty Requires a Shared Vision of Justice.

24 February

24 February

Kate Harris

Director of Development and Communications
Thriving Cities Group
Kate Harris currently serves as the Director of Development and Communications for the Thriving Cities Group (TCG) in Charlottesville, Virginia. Prior to joining TCG, she served as interim Executive Director of The Fellows Initiative and Executive Director of the Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation, and Culture. Kate is the author of Wonder Women: Navigating Motherhood, Career, and Vocation (Zondervan: 2014) and is an Assistant Producer of ReFrame, a 10-week film based course developed in partnership with Regent College to help Christians connect faith with all of life. Her writing has been featured on The High Calling, Patheos, Christianity Today, Q Ideas, ArtHouse America, and elsewhere. Kate is currently earning her MA in English literature with a concentration in poetry.

24 February

Eric Miller

Professor of History and the Humanities
Geneva College
Eric Miller is Professor of History and the Humanities at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, where he directs the honors program. He received the PhD in American history from the University of Delaware and an M A in Christian Thought from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. His book Hope in a Scattering Time: A Life of Christopher Lasch won Christianity Today’s 2011 award for best book in history/biography. He is the author Glimpses of Another Land: Political Hopes, Spiritual Longing and co-editor of Confessing History: Explorations in Christian Faith and the Historian’s Vocation. His essays have appeared in a range of publications, including The Christian Century, Commonweal, Christianity Today, and Comment.

24 February

Isaac Vineyard

Campus Ministry Staff, Anne Arundel Community College
CCO
Isaac Vineyard serves as CCO campus minister at Anne Arundel Community College in Annapolis, Maryland, in partnership with Annapolis Evangelical Presbyterian Church. He went to college at Dallas Baptist University, graduate school at Liberty University, and seminary at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, but he really likes to learn by meeting people, hearing their stories, and engaging in conversation. Isaac loves reading good books and watching baseball games (good or bad), but mostly he loves college students and the thrill of helping them grab a vision for how they can serve Jesus with their entire lives.

24 February

Katie Thompson

Program Director and Editor of Shared Justice
Center for Public Justice
Katie Thompson is the Program Director and Editor of Shared Justice, the Center for Public Justice's initiative for twenty- and thirty-somethings who are passionate about exploring the intersection of faith, justice, and politics. In 2015, she co-authored Unleashing Opportunity: Why Escaping Poverty Requires a Shared Vision of Justice with Michael Gerson and Stephanie Summers. She also serves on behalf of CPJ as a steering committee member of Faith for Just Lending, a coalition dedicated to ending predatory payday lending.

24 February

Dave Strunk

Pastor
Church of the Redeemer
Dave Strunk is pastor of a church plant in Maryville, Tennessee called Church of the Redeemer. Planted out of Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church in Knoxville, Tennessee, Dave also assists CSPC with the development of their church planting center. Dave earned a BA from the University of Tennessee and an M.Div. from Denver Seminary—Dave prefers to live somewhere near mountains. He's been in pastoral ministry for ten years.

24 February

Doug Carson

Supervising Principal
Beaver County Christian School
Doug Carson is a 1971 graduate of Geneva College where he also obtained his MA in Higher Ed. He is currently Supervising Principal at Beaver County Christian School (BCCS) in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. In addition to his work in education, Doug is a city councilman in Beaver Falls and serves on the boards of the Beaver Falls Community Development Corporation and Beaver County Habitat for Humanity.

24 February

Eugene Schneeberg

Outreach Lead
National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse
Eugene Schneeberg is the Outreach Lead for the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse. He helps to lead engagement efforts for the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse, the federal government’s resource center for the Responsible Fatherhood field. Eugene travels the country in order to help build the capacity of faith- and community- based organizations that seek to serve fathers and their families. Eugene counts himself blessed to be able to help advance the research, policy and practice agendas for the Responsible Fatherhood field.

24 February

Shayan Bhattacharyya

Sr. Global Marketing Manager
Boston Scientific
Shayan is passionate about the potential of entrepreneurship to transform individuals and communities. He has lived out that mission in various capacities, including teaching life skills to prison inmates and serving in board and advisory roles for nonprofits and double-bottom line organizations. Previously he helped organize and served as speaker for the “Business As Mission” track of Intervarsity’s Urbana conference.

Steve Montgomery

Founder
Lamppost Farm
Steve Montgomery spent 14 years working for the CCO at Westminster College, leading and teaching experiential education. In 2007, he and his family had the privilege of founding Lamppost Farm, a nonprofit ministry and experiential farm in Columbiana, Ohio. Lamppost Farm utilizes pastured poultry and pigs, grass-fed beef and lamb, farm construction projects, community engagement, and more to reach and teach others. Steve’s passion is for seeing God’s Kingdom come alive in the hearts of farm participants through playful imagination, real work, and good ordinary food.

24 February

Kara Reens

University Engagement Director
The Veritas Forum
Kara Reens serves as a University Engagement Director with The Veritas Forum, casting vision and building and supporting teams on university campuses across the mid-Atlantic and southeast regions of the United States. Selected as an Echols Scholar, she earned a BA with distinction in Religious Studies from the University of Virginia. Prior to joining Veritas, Kara supported International Justice Mission’s mobilization efforts as a part of their Global Advancement team and spent time on staff with Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship at her alma mater.

Jonathan Wagner

Indiana Director
CCO
Jonathan Wagner is the Indiana Director for the CCO, in the land of Hoosiers, Boilermakers, and Mastodons. Jonathan received the Florence E. MacKenzie Campus-Community Award in 2011 for his efforts to connect Grove City College to the community through mentoring and outreach to local middle school and high school students. He brought this passion for multiplication through discipleship onto campus at Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne (IPFW) in his first campus ministry position with the CCO, in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Tim Sweet

Chair of the Department of Entrepreneurship
Grove City College
Tim Sweet serves at the Chair of the Department of Entrepreneurship at Grove City College, and has been teaching there since 2005. He specializes in teaching courses on search engine optimization, content marketing, sales, social enterprise, and the relationship between entrepreneurship and the mission of the church. Previously, Tim served as a pastor for 13 years and managed a web development business unit for 10 years with a Pittsburgh technology company. He has a passion for encouraging and motivating college students to discover their callings in business and to develop innovative startup models focused on making a redemptive impact.

Caleb Musselman

Campus Ministry Staff, Geneva College
CCO
Caleb Musselman works with the CCO as the Campus Discipleship Coordinator at Geneva College. He also serves as an assistant coach for the Geneva men's soccer team and directs Geneva’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Caleb has a passion for college students to realize and release their Kingdom potential as the Lord shapes their hearts in this pivotal phase of life. Along with spending time with his fiancé, Caleb enjoys reading and learning about racial reconciliation and playing music. Caleb dreams of writing children's books.

CCO*

Jubilee presented by:
The CCO is a campus ministry that puts on the Jubilee Conference. 

The CCO's mission is Transforming college students to transform the world. 

In addition to partnering with local churches and placing our staff in strategic positions of influence on campus, we are also distinct in that our ministry is transformational.

We challenge the students we serve to submit every area of their lives to Jesus Christ.

We also do contextual ministry, meaning that our staff people adjust to the needs of the particular campus at which they serve.

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Compassion

Senior Sponsor
Compassion exists as a Christian child advocacy ministry that releases children from spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty and enables them to become responsible, fulfilled Christian adults.

Hope Through Healing Hands

Senior Sponsor
Hope Through Healing Hands is a 501(c)3 humanitarian organization whose mission is to promote improved quality of life for citizens and communities around the world using health as a currency for peace. Through the prism of health diplomacy, we envision a world where all individuals and families can obtain access to health care information, services, and support for the opportunity at a fuller life. This includes efforts to promote awareness and advocacy for maternal, newborn & child health; healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies; nutrition; clean water; extreme poverty; emergency relief; and global disease such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria.

Memphis Teacher Residency

Senior Sponsor
Memphis Teacher Residency (MTR) is a faith-based, non-profit organization founded in 2008 to recruit, train, and support effective teachers in a Christian context. MTR accomplishes this goal through two programs: a teacher residency training program and a summer academic enrichment camp.

Creation Festival

Junior Sponsor
The nation’s largest Christian music festival presented twice a summer in Pennsylvania and Washington state.

Lamar Advertising Company

Junior Sponsor
Lamar Advertising Company is the nation’s leading Out-of-Home advertising provider. We specialize in outdoor advertising and have been offering our clients innovative solutions for over 100 years.

World Vision

Junior Sponsor
World Vision is the leading non-governmental provider of sustainable clean water in the world, providing a new person with clean water every 10 seconds. Our sustainable water programs are part of a bigger, integrated plan that gives local people ownership of solutions and addresses every piece in the complex puzzle of poverty. World Vision’s Global 6K for Water is a collection of people all around the world, walking and running 6K on the same day for the same cause – clean water. Through their registration fee, every 6K walker/runner equals one person in the developing world who will receive lasting clean water. Every step you take is one they don’t have to.

Methodist Theological School in Ohio*

Freshman Sponsor
Methodist Theological School in Ohio provides theological education and leadership in pursuit of a just and sustainable world. We celebrate the scriptures, traditions and experiences of Christian faith to prepare for both ministry and service, both in the classroom and through our on-campus, 10-acre USDA-certified organic Seminary Hill Farm.
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Sojourners

Freshman Sponsor
The mission of Sojourners is to articulate the biblical call to social justice, to inspire hope and build a movement to transform individuals, communities, the church, and the world. We envision a future in which Christians put their faith into action in the passionate pursuit of social justice, peace, and environmental stewardship. Interested in a Sojourners internship? Click here.

Trinity School for Ministry

Freshman Sponsor
Trinity School for Ministry is an evangelical seminary in the Anglican tradition. In this fractured world, we desire to be a global center for Christian formation, producing outstanding leaders who can plant, renew, and grow churches that make disciples of Jesus Christ. To this end, we are forming Christian leaders for mission.

Aliquippa Impact*

Exhibitor
Aliquippa Impact's Afterschool Program serves K-8th graders in homework completion, the arts through various partnerships, and education enrichment. Our cohort program is in the developmental assets framework and accomplishes individual and goal setting and achievement. Thirdly, our summer City Camp provides internships to youth workers for an 8-week program serving urban youth. 
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Asbury Theological Seminary

Exhibitor
Asbury Seminary is a community called to prepare theologically educated, sanctified, Spirit-filled men and women to evangelize and to spread scriptural holiness throughout the world through the love of Jesus Christ, in the power of the Holy Spirit and to the glory of God the Father. We have over 20 degree programs and locations in Wilmore, KY, Orlando, FL, Memphis, TN and also have an extensive online program.

The Baton Exchange*

Exhibitor
Graduating Soon? The Baton Exchange Leader Incubator is accepting applications for Leader Trainee positions. A faith-infused one-year career and leadership prep experience for recent graduates that includes • professional placements at companies or nonprofits • faith-work integration discipleship and mentoring by working professionals • leadership, character and professional skills development • excursions & retreats • Columbus, Ohio Early Decision online application deadline: March 16, 2017
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Bruderhof

Exhibitor
We are an intentional Christian community of more than 2,700 people living in twenty-three settlements on four continents. We are a fellowship of families and singles, practicing radical discipleship in the spirit of the first church in Jerusalem. We gladly renounce private property and share everything in common. Our vocation is a life of service to God, each other, and you.

Cairn University

Exhibitor
Cairn is a Christian university offering diverse academic programs and a dynamic college life experience intentionally centered on Christ and His Word.

Calvin Theological Seminary

Exhibitor
Calvin Theological Seminary is about preparing faithful, creative and compassionate leaders who will nurture disciples, renew churches and be bearers of shalom to a world in turmoil. Its Reformed approach to theological education uniquely equips students to face the complexities of ministry in this rapidly changing world. All of this happens through an experience that joins head, heart and hands together in joyful response to God’s sovereign claim over all creation. 

Camp Judson*

Exhibitor
Located on shores of Lake Erie in North Springfield, Pennsylvania, Camp Judson provides a place for kids and teens to get away from the hectic pace of everyday life and the pressures and influences of the world. Here campers have an opportunity to grow in relationship to God and others through overnight and day camp programs surrounded by the wonder of God’s creation while having lots of fun! 
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Camp of the Woods*

Exhibitor
CAMP-of-the-WOODS is a Christian Family Resort located in the Adirondack Mountains of NY. We hire over 300 Christian, college-age students for over 20 different departments. Our departments range from professional job experiences/internships (HR Office Assistant, Christian Education Teacher, Marketing Assistant, etc.) to typical summer camp jobs (Youth Ministry and Recreation Staff).
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Campus Target

Exhibitor
Campus Target believes in the world-changing potential of young adults. We want to see this generation bring the life-transforming message of the Gospel to university students in a key Asian country.

Causegear

Exhibitor
Designed in Chicago and handcrafted in India, CAUSEGEAR’s mission is to transform the lives of one million people trapped in unfathomable poverty & injustice to become self-sustaining. Every purchase helps provide life’s essentials through a 5X JOB. Every item is meticulously handcrafted, with the FACETAG of one of the crafters who made your gear. CAUSEGEAR is an L3C social enterprise with 90% of profits benefiting crafters. MAKE THE SHIFT AT CAUSEGEAR.COM

Center for Public Justice

Exhibitor
The Center for Public Justice is an independent, nonpartisan organization devoted to policy research and civic education. Working outside the familiar categories of right and left, conservative and liberal, we seek to help citizens and public officeholders respond to God’s call to do justice. Our mission is to equip citizens, develop leaders, and shape policy in pursuit of our purpose to serve God, advance justice, and transform public life.

Christar

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Christar -Creatively reaching Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim communities where Christ isn’t known or worshiped, yet.

CCO XD

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CCO Experiential Designs (XD) invests in students’ lives by suspending the normal rhythms of campus life through adventure and other experiential activities. Whether in a city, on a mountaintop, or across the world, XD provides Creative Opportunities for Transformation and the shaping of lives for leadership and service. Choose your classroom.

Crestfield Camp and Conference Center*

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Crestfield is a year-round Christian camp and conference center. Crestfield is called to be a place of encounter with Jesus Christ, a sacred space for transformation and renewal in his name. Through summer camp and retreats, disciples are invited to experience wonder and worship, connection and community.
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Crossworld

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Disciple-makers from all professions bringing God’s love to life in the world’s least-reached marketplaces. 

Duke Divinity School

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As the spiritual center of a great research university, Duke Divinity School attracts students from across the nation and around the world. With many diverse theological perspectives represented here, students find common ground through immersion in Scripture and the church’s tradition for addressing the challenges of faith in contemporary contexts.

Eastern University

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Eastern University is a co-educational, comprehensive Christian university that integrates faith, reason and justice for its 3,500 students. Located near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the university offers nationally-recognized undergraduate and graduate programs. Through teaching, scholarship, service, spiritual formation, student development and societal involvement, students are prepared for thoughtful and productive lives of Christian faith and service.

ELIC*

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ELIC sends passionate people to work in remarkable places. In 1982, ELIC sent its first team of six Christian teachers to China. Since then, more than 13,000 teachers have been sent and have impacted more than 1.5 million lives in places like China, Mongolia, North Korea, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa. ELIC is known for its excellence in the classroom as well as the life-changing work of building relationships with students and colleagues outside the classroom. 
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Family Guidance Inc.*

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Family Guidance’s Promise Camp is a ministry of hope and faith for vulnerable youth to come to know Jesus while attending a week-long camp experience on 112 acres of God’s beautiful country in Clinton, PA adjacent to Racoon Creek State Park located 26 miles from downtown Pittsburgh.
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Fuller Theological Seminary

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Fuller is the largest multi-denominational seminary in North America with over 4,000 students in our distinguished schools in Theology, Intercultural Studies, and Psychology. Fuller is incredibly diverse, with approximately 70 nations and over 110 denominations represented in our student body.

Geneva College

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The mission of Geneva College’s Master of Arts in Higher Education program is to cultivate a vision for higher education that is rooted in a Christian view of life, characterized by a consideration of foundational issues, and committed to the preparation of perceptive and principled leaders for colleges and universities. 

GoCorps

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GoCorps helps Christians invest two years of their career in global service through Global Service Apprenticeships. We have over 100 ways you can invest two years globally using your degree, passions or skillsets through carefully vetted Christian non-profits. We put in rigorous research to carefully hand-select the teams and locations with experienced leadership, biblical community, and capacity for mentorship on the field. 

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

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The world needs the Church. The Church needs leaders who are prepared to engage with a Biblical foundation, a theological framework and a global mindset. Gordon-Conwell trains those leaders to serve both inside and outside the four walls of the church. Whether in pastoral ministry, parachurch, education, counseling or in the marketplace, Gordon-Conwell alums are making a difference for Christ in every sphere of life. 

Inca Link*

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Inca Link is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on reaching the 300 million youth in Latin America with Christ’s love.
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International Justice Mission*

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Our mission is to protect the poor from violence by rescuing victims, bringing criminals to justice, restoring survivors to safety and strength, and helping local law enforcement build a safe future that lasts.
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Interserve USA

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We are a community of ordinary people following Jesus Christ into the Asian and Arab worlds. Motivated by Christ’s compassion and justice we use our skills to change tomorrow by what we do today….

The Kairos School of Ministry

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The Kairos School of Ministry awakens lives to the Kingdom of God. KSOM’s primary mission is to awaken you to the glorious day that we are living in and to find your purpose in bringing the Kingdom of God to the Earth at this time. KSOM equips missionaries, pastors, teachers, prophets, apostles, evangelists, business men and women, young people to be Kingdom messengers.

Ligonier Camp & Conference Center*

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Ligonier Camp & Conference Center provides experiences for campers in our four core areas: Christ, Community, Challenge and Creation. Join us for an unforgettable summer serving alongside other college students who want to see God’s Kingdom grow through adventure education, silly songs, goofy games and s’mores!
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Love Thy Neighborhood*

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Love Thy Neighborhood is a team-based, full-time, urban missions program for young adults ages 18-30. Team Members live in an urban community for a summer or a year while serving alongside a Christ-centered nonprofit. Believing that relationships changes lives, Team Members emphasize spending time with their neighbors, their church, each other and with God.
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McCormick Theological Seminary

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For 190 years, we have been a progressive leader within the Reformed tradition committed to fostering a community of Christian leadership that serve diverse ministries and congregations in a challenging and complex world. Through academic excellence, critical reflection, and transforming witness, McCormick Theological Seminary uniquely equips excellent Church leaders for faithful, inclusive, and liberating ministries in God’s world.

Messiah College

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Advancing the mission of Messiah College, the School of Graduate Studies educates students for a lifetime of intellectual exploration, ethical leadership and exceptional professional practice within a complex world. 

Mont Lawn Camp*

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Mont Lawn Camp is a summer camp that creates new opportunities for underserved children from some of New York City’s toughest neighborhoods. The purpose of Mont Lawn Camp is to give children a break from the city and to help them grow and change in an environment that is safe and that they can call home. After their camp experience, the children return home refreshed, renewed and possessing newfound confidence and character, and hopefully connected to our year-round city programs.
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Mukti Mission

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The Pandita Ramabai Mukti Mission in India serves over 4,000 women and children every day bringing hope, healing, and life, restoring lives from hopelessness to empowered living!